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Reliable Partners:
How Democracies Have Made a Separate Peace
Charles Lipson

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

  • FrontMatter, pg. i
  • Contents, pg. vii
  • Tables and Figures, pg. ix
  • Acknowledgments, pg. xi
  • 1. The Argument in a Nutshell, pg. 1
  • 2. Is There Really Peace among Democracies?, pg. 17
  • 3. A Contracting Theory of the Democratic Peace and Its Alternatives, pg. 47
  • 4. Why Democratic Bargains Are Reliable: Constitutions, Open Politics, and the Electorate, pg. 77
  • 5. Leadership Succession as a Cause of War: The Structural Advantage of Democracies, pg. 112
  • 6. Extending the Argument: Implications of Secure Contracting among Constitutional Democracies, pg. 139
  • 7. Conclusion: Reliable Partners and Reliable Peace, pg. 169
  • Notes, pg. 191
  • Index, pg. 249

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